National Security Expert Tom Panuzio was in studio to discuss the new security developments out of Iraq.
Could bringing your dog to work be better for your health? Chris Dobson from Synergy HomeCare was in studio to discuss the benefits.
Studies show that the Human Papillomavirus Vaccine (HPV) is said to prevent cancer, but the vaccination rates in Utah are still low. Dr. Ellie Brownstein joined us in studio to speak about the vaccine and why getting it is so important.
Page Neal from the Red Cross discuss the wide range of fire danger in Utah.
Students from University of Utah stopped by to discuss the "Alternative Breaks" program and their recent success.
Health Director Steve Mickelson stopped by Good Morning Utah to discuss the Pertussis (Whooping Cough) epidemic.
Movie Critic Tony Toscano was in studio for his weekly dish on the latest DVDs.
There have been fast moving developments out of Iraq in regards to increasing security at the US Embassy in Baghdad. The move comes after a request from the state department, as islamic militants are taking over parts of Iraq. The militants, part of a group known as ISIS, an Al Qaeda Splinter Group, is trying ti establish an Islamic state in a region that would stretch from Iraq into Northern Syria. Some Embassy personnel are temporarily relocating to other locations as the violence moves closer to Baghdad. National Security Expert Tom Panuzio was in studio to talk about the move to protect the Embassy.
Avalanche conditions are in high to extreme danger. They could be seen from Logan to Provo today closing down roads and some popular ski resorts.